My Favorite FREE Resources For Christian Families!

September 25, 2018

We live in an age of constant information, it can be so overwhelming to distinguish between them all!  Today, I’m talking about our favorite freebies for Christian families. (or any family curious about learning a little more about Jesus.)  Of course, none of these resources are intended to replace your bible and your home church.  Plug into that community!
These resources are for your car, your home, the worship worship moments  throughout the day.  I hope they will help spark some great family conversations and reflection.

Your Library– The library is amazing place to start.  As always, I suggest you place your books on hold and then pick them up.  I find looking for books specifically while I’m with the kids can be a tad stressful.  Some of my favorite authors in the Christian space are: Jen Hatmaker, Sally Clarkson, and Kristen Welch.  If your library has a streaming service, you may have access to great Christian music as well right on your phone!

Podcasts- Podcasts are so great for busy moms and dads!  Driving in the car?  Going on a trip?  Washing dishes?  Folding laundry?  I found podcasts to be a great time for me to dive deeper into topics and get the FREE wisdom of someone smarter than me.  A few of my favorite are:  Risen Motherhood, Dad Tired, and God Centered Mom.

Pinterest-  Just a simple search of “Free Christian Printables” will yield some great results for families.  I’ve found inspirational home decor as well as bible study materials for the whole family.

Amazon- This one isn’t entirely free, but if you’re already paying for Amazon Prime don’t forget their music benefits.  The boys listen to their Awana soundtracks on my phone in the car. It helps them to worship and memorize new verses!

YouTube- There’s some great worship music and videos available on there!

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This Messy Season is a blog serving families through practical tips for nurturing their families, emphasizing quality time and adventure. Helping young families bloom where they're planted, embrace their mess, and thrive through a series of honest, blog posts highlighting realistic travel tips, favorite products that simplify the work load of families, and family entertainment.

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